International Women’s Day


CHRY 105.5FM celebrated International Womyn’s Day with special programming on March 8th 2013. It was a full day of mix genre FEMCON that highlighted women’s voices and contributions to music in various genre.

Check out the list of artists and albums played for International Womyn’s Day Special Programs!

Alex Pangman – Have A Little Fun

Snirley Norn – May the Music Never End

Emily Remler – Standards

Anita O’Day – Let Me Off Uptown

Stacey Kent – Hushabye Mountain

Gery Allen – The Gathering

Audra McDonald – Now Glory Goes

Henry Busse Betty Taylor – The Palladium

Julie London – Julie Is Her Name

Cindy Blackman – Code Red

Georgie Auld – Lynn Stevens- Handicap

Ella Fitzgerald – Swingin Summit

Michelle Newdricks – Keepin Me Satisfied

Carla Bley – Big Band Theory

Billie Holiday – Swing Brother Swing

Andrew Sisters – Live

Nina Sheldon – Harvest

Jay Clayton – In & Out of Love

Jutta Hipp – Frankfurt Special

Billie Holiday Benny Good – Permanent Goodman

Helen Benny Goodman          Permanent Goodman

Sara Leib – Secret Love

Mimi Fox – Standards Oldonew

Abbey Lincoln – The World Is Falling

Margaret Whiting – Sings

Melissa Walker – In The Middle of it All

Mildred Bailey – Quadromania

Sliding Hammers – Sings

Emilie-Claire Barlow – Seule Ce Soir

Brenda Earle – Songs For A New Day

Ann Hampton Callaway – I’m Too White To Sing The Blues

Karrin Allyson – Round Midnight

Julie Michels – Come Together

Persia Rugs – Always All EP

Besnard Lakes – You Lived in the City

The Hope Slide – The Hope Side

No Joy – Ghost Blonde

Hartfield – True Color, True Lie

Crystal Castles – Crystal Castles

My Bloody Valette – Loveless

Curve – Doppleganger

The Hope Slide – The Hope Slide

Pink Playground – Destination Ecstacy

Love Culture – Aquamarine

Bettye Lavelte – Thankful n’ Thoughtful

Buffy Sainte-Mane – Coincidence + Likely Stones

Ska Down Her Way – Women of Ska Vol. 2

Welfare Poets – Warn Them